Best Herbivore DinosaursFreekissh
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This is many favorite dinosaur
My favorite since I was a toddler!
He is the best herbivore.he should be number 1.He can beat the hell out of a stegosaurs - Triceratops
My favrote it can kill just about anything! at the same time he has the defense. of course he's number 1V 2 Comments
Ankylosaurus tail club is powerful enough to brake the bones of a Tyrannusaurus Rex, and could probably kill it in a direct hit to the skull. The armour is over powered so the only way to kill this tank was to flip it over.
I think they are the best dinosaur ever.
I love there tail
Ankylosaurus, stegosaurus, and sinoceratops are my favorite.V 2 Comments
A strike from their tail could seriously injure or even kill an attacker. It's also big and bulky. The huge plates on it's back are for display and intimidation.
Its tail is awesome
I love stegosaurs
BEST DINOSAUR EVERV 2 Comments
It's not exactly confirmed to be a herbivore, right? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I heard it's most likely a herbivore. - thelegendaries101
The first part of this dinosaur found was its 3 foot long claw. Therizinosaurus is also a relatively fast runner. A Therizinosaurus can take out a pack of daspletosaurus BY ITSELF
It has sharp claws
I'm pretty sure it's an omnivore.Fun fact, Therizinosaurus had 3 foot long claws!
They DO move in herds.
I like the brachiosaurus because it is veary nice
It's so powerful that it can thrash it's enemies with it's claws and can walk on two legs
It's my favorite herbivore
My favourite dino ever
Apatosaurus(Brontosaurus)was a herbivorus sauropod which lived during the Jurassic Period.It was 90 feet long and weigted 38 tons.For the self-defense they used their tail as a vip.
If u watched Jurassic world fallen kingdom you would know what this is
It was my favorite in that movie
BEST DINO EVER!
Looks really cool
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